What is family arbitration & do you need it?

Family arbitration is a means of settling issues relating to family law without the need for a full court hearing. It is mostly used to deal with issues relating to […]

The new mobile phone driving law

There is a wide array of driving offences that can often result in fines, points on a licence – and, in more serious cases, driving bans and criminal prosecutions. One […]

Driving in the EU and EEA on holiday

Family of four (a mother, father and two boys) leaning against a car looking over a field

Provided you have a valid driving licence, you can typically drive abroad in the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA). However, you will need to make sure that […]

The new Covid-19 Autumn and Winter Plan

On 14 September 2021, the UK Government published its coronavirus (COVID-19) Autumn and Winter Plan for England. The Government has two plans; Plan A (to be followed if the pandemic […]

Making subject access requests

Subject Access Requests

Under the UK General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA) individuals can make data protection requests from businesses and other organisations in relation to any […]

The new ‘dognapping’ offence

The new ‘dognapping’ offence

After a rise in reported thefts during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with over 2,000 dogs being stolen in 2020, the UK Government has confirmed that ‘dognapping’ or pet abduction is […]

Is your online service age-appropriate?

From 1 September 2021, all online businesses in the UK that are likely to be accessed by children must comply with the Age Appropriate Design Code (Code). Although the Code […]

How to Change Your Name – What You Need to Know

There are several reasons for changing your name, whether that be due to marriage, a civil partnership,  divorce, or wanting to be known by a nickname. Irrespective of the reason, […]

What’s the difference between annulment and divorce?

When a couple decides that their marriage can no longer continue, they will typically decide that a divorce is needed. However, many people do not realise that an annulment might […]

What Are The Responsibilities Of An Executor Of A Will?

The executor of a will is the person who winds up the deceased’s estate. Where possible, they ensure that the deceased’s wishes are respected. The executor does not have to […]

7 Things You Should Know About Medical Negligence

For the most part, healthcare professionals like doctors and nurses deliver high-quality and reliable medical care. However, mistakes can happen, and you must know what to do when something goes […]

The Debt Respite Scheme explained and what it means for you

The Debt Respite (Breathing Space) Scheme is due to come into force on 04 May 2021. It will give individuals that are struggling to pay their debt a 60 day […]